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China Daily | Updated: 2022-05-17 07:23

Song Chen / China Daily

The United States, which regards itself as the "beacon of democracy", often makes waves around the world in the name of democracy, with an "unofficial, non-profit" organization as the black hand behind separatist riots, color revolutions and political crises.

Under the pretext of providing support for "democracy" in other countries, the National Endowment for Democracy is engaged in cultivating pro-American puppet forces in other countries to subvert and overthrow the legitimate governments.

With funding from the US government, the organization acts as a clandestine second Central Intelligence Agency.

Toppling the regime of a target country is the ultimate goal on the organization's to-do list. Historically, the NED has been behind the collapse of the Soviet Union, and it was the instigator of the Rose Revolution in Georgia, the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, and the Arab Spring.

Moreover, it has made extensive contacts with political groups in Latin America, Africa, Asia and other regions, and grossly interfered in the internal affairs of other countries. The recent targets of the NED's activities include Venezuela, Belarus and Thailand. What the organization brings to countries is not social stability and development, but poverty, economic contraction and social confrontation.

In 2020 alone, the organization provided more than $10 million to 69 China-related projects in an attempt to promote various activities that threaten China's political and social stability. From 2004 to 2020, the organization provided $8.75 million to so-called East Turkestan organizations in their efforts to separate Xinjiang from China.

In order to achieve its ulterior purposes, the NED concocts false information while portraying itself as a reliable source of information, in a bid to deceive the world under the guise of "objectivity and impartiality".

For example, the NED fabricated the lie of the "genocide" of Uygurs in Xinjiang and politicized the COVID-19 pandemic to smear China.

The facts show that what the NED sells is not a recipe for democracy, but a poison for promoting division. Its existence is a blasphemy of true democracy.


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